Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 31, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 31, 1954
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Wednesday, March 31, 1954 HOM If Aft, HOPI, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phon« 7-8431 Between I A, M. and 4 *». M. Monday April 5 WSCS Circle 5 of the First Methodist Church will meet, Monday, April 5th. at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Claude Tillery for their 'Secret Pal"' party. Each mem- ilendor lursday April 1 tie spring recital of the Junior Senior liigil School Glee Clubs be presented in the Hi-.;h School ber is asked to bring a contrlbu- |itorium at eight o'clock on !tion for the gifts they have received from their pal and if you cannot be present please send the name of the member you think has been your pal and your contribution by another member who is coming. BjUrsday :n«ht, April 1. lope Chapter 328 of the OES of s: Eastern Star will meet Thurs- night, April 1, at 7:30. Hie Pat Cloburne Chapter of United Daughters of the Con- feracy are having a meeting in 'home of Mrs. J. W. Strickland ISoulh Elm street, Thursday Ril 1. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. IT. Franks and Mrs. Don Smith. Irs. Thomas Compton will be |css to the Nandina Garden Club ibers in.her home at 603 North |vcy street on Thursday, April 7:30. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Bdy Browning. The program will on "Birds". ' •riday April 2 .^Irs. E. P. O'Neal will be hos- |s to the Rose Garden Club bmbcrs in her home at 307 S. |rvey street on Friday, April 2nd, |/3 o'clock. Co-hostess .will be Mrs. |y Allen. Exhibit will be a Sescent arrangement of iris. TODAY & THURSDAY • — FEATURE TIMES — 2:00 - 3:39 - 5:18 - 7:t7 - 9:16 RAW ADVENTURE ON A VIOLENCE-STREWN WARPATH! (Cartoon "Mysterious Cowboy" ' Novelty, "Serve 'Sm Right" SUN.-MON.-I' pAcadcmy Award Winner— I'Best Actress of the Year ROMAN HOLIDAYl Auxiliary Meet's On Monday afternoon at two o'clock, the members of the Senior Ladies Auxiliary of the Unity Bap tist Church met at the church to continue their study of First Cor inthians. Elder Howard White presented the ninth chapter of the first book of Corinthians. The thirteen women present dis cussed plans to attend the Distric Convention to be held in Springhill, Louisiana, on April 6. Coming and Going Mrs. Roy Collier and Joy molorec to Marshall, Texas, on Tuesday to spend the day with Mrs. A. S. HuJ chings and son.. Mr .and Mrs. Carlton Wilson o: Dallas, visited with ,Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Easterling and son, Jac kie, over the week-end. Mrs. L. A. Walker spent Tuesdaj in Marshall, as the guest of her dau ghter, Mrs. Ben Davis, and hei grandson, Bennie. She was accom panied home by Mrs. Walker am Bennie. Dr. and Mrs. Clark H. Yeager o Washington, D. C., and the doctor's sister, Mrs. Bruce S. Davies o Forty Fort, Pa., arrived in Hope late Tuesday for a week's visi with Mrs. "Yeager's brother, A. H Washburn, 709 S. Main st. Thej are on a motor tour which will take them to New Orleans and Sara sola, Fla. ' Dr. Yeager was for 23 years a field director for the Rockefelle. Foundation, .serving in British Bor neo, Singapore, Manila and Rio d Janeiro. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. L. R. Ferguson Hope Mrs.. T./F. Hicks, Washington Mr. Melvin Broster, Grayville, 111 Mrs. Harry Burns, Patmos, Vir ginia Sue Kinsey, Rt. 4, Hope. Ro bert H. 'Brotherton, Blevins. Discharged: Mr. W. B. Hatch Hope Mrs. Ben Turner, and Son Bennie Wayne, Hope. Branch Admitted: Mr. A. L. Caudle Hope, Nelda Ellis, Hope, Mrs. Ho mer Adams, Fulton Mrs. Paul Me Clellan, Hope D'onald Hollis Patmos Discharged: Mr. Homer Reeves Patmos Beatrice Boatner; Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McClellan o: Hope, announce the arrival of a baby girl on March 29, 1954. Airman to Wed Girl Who Saved Life NASHVILLE, Tann. (ft— Weddini bells will ring Friday for a 23 year-old widow and an Air Force sergeant who met when she ap plied newly acquired first air knowledge which may have savec his life. Mrs. Donna Davis, was the firs to reach an auto accident March 17 in which T. Sgt. Leonard Schmidt, 33, suffered a severe head cut. Having finished a first aid course the night before, Mrs. Davis cor rectly applied pressure to Schmidt's temple, cutting off tht flow of blood. Docotrs said this probably saved his life. Starts April 1st LIQUID CREME • New Fragrance • New j|T KEEPS THE LUSTRE INI /es ypur hair sparkling clean, fr, and easy to manage. LIMITED TIME ONLY SALE LARGE FAMUY SIZE BOTTLE MOO I Donations to Hempstead Red Cross Donations to American Red Cross : Previously reported $3,291.21. Hope J. C. Rothwell $1, Robert Maney $1, Lemuel Prince $1, T. O. Porter Garage $5, Tollie Maness $1, Fred Camp $1, Cleve Mayton $1, Fred Russell $2, Jack Atkins $1, Eugene Cox $1, Fan-is Fomby $1, Barney Gaines $1, Ben Williams $1, John Bain $1, Chas. Armstrong $1, Edward Jones $1, Miss Dell McClanphan $1, Miss Florence McClanaiian $1, Mrs. Sid Rogers $1, Mrs. Claud Taylor $1, Mrs. John Wiggins SI, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Deloney $1, Mr. and Mrs. Olin. Lewis $3, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hartsfield $1, Mrs. T. C. Bryant $1. Mrs. Era Faulkner $1, Mrs. Dorsey McRae, Sr. $1, Mrs. W. M. Duckett $1, Mrs. Lamar Cox $1, Mrs. John P. Cox $1, Mrs. Jim McKenzie $1, Mrs. W. C. Bruner $1, Mrs. Earl O'Neal $2, Mrs. D. C. Whatley $1, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tarpley $5. RFD Hope Mr. and Mrs. Ned Purtle $5, Mrs. V. L. IVfassey $5. Washington Mrs. W. S. Durham $1, Mr. and Mrs. Dub Pinegar $2. Hope Auto Supply Co $5, Dr. Einmett Thompson $7:50, Dr. D. L. Guerin $5, Dr. Harold M. Brents $7.50, Curtis Cowart $1, Joe H. McCulley $1, Southwest Wood Products Co. $15, E. W. Copeland $5, A. L. Caudle $1, W. B. Mason $1, Carrigan Cornelius 25c, Jean Downs 25c, Gene Smith $1, Lottie Nelson 25c. Hattie Trotter 25c, Louise Wiliams 25c, Versie Lee Hill 25c, S. Thompson 50c, G. T. Grant 50c, Elizabeth Muldrow 25c, Thelma Cain 25c, Cara Greeson 25c, John Lee $5. E!<=ie Highfall 50c, Lorraine Cox 50c, Iva Wilson 50c, Mrs. W. N. Blake 51, Mrs. J. C. Rothwell $1, Henry Haynes $1, Gus Haynes $1, Ladies Specialty Shop $15, Employees Ladies Specialty Shop $5, Hazel's Beauty Shop $2, Norman Moore $5, Feeders Supply Co. $10, Lena Mangman .$!,-. Mildred Rogers $1, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Smiey $2. H. V. Flowers $1, Ora Mae Moody $1, Mrs. .R. A. Anderson $1, Mrs. Carl Greanlee $1, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fuller $2, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Thrash $1-, Mrs.,C. W. Parsons 50c, Mrs. Ben Owen $1. Emmet Jewell Johnson 50c, Millie Williams 50c. ... ,' • Hopo Curtiss Atkins 25c, Trudie White 14c, Sue Sisson 20c, Pet Arnold 19c, Polly Smith 50c, Ralph Brown 50c, Lorena Wright 25c, Eunice Long : John- 25c, Lloyd.' Smith. -S son $1, Cities Service Station $4.50, Lula Browning 25c, Josie Bazzile 25c, Agnes Shaw 25c, ^Daisy Deloney 25 c. Blevins Mrs. N. Whitefield 50c, Tollett Taylor $2, Mrs. Herman Brown $1. Mrs. Dulley Gorham $1, Mr. and Joe Roper and the Melody Boys quartet of Little Rock, will give a concert at Hope City hall auditorium Friday, April 2, starting at 8 p. m . Above are Mr. Rbper, Jerry Venable, Fred Smith, Coolidge Faulkner and Charles Jeffers. The famous Trumpteers quartet of Tulsa will also be on the program plus local groups. Court Docket Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas March 30, 1954. City Docket Richard Trotter, Carrying a pistol as a weapon, Tried, fined $100.00 and 10 days in jail. State Docket Curtis Pippin, No Chauffeur's license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Curtis Pippin, Operating a motor vehicle on the wrong side of the road, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Reuben Williams, Assault and battery, Plea guilty, fined $10.00. J'ack Alexander, Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond and $58.20 penalty. Smith & Melton, Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond and $108. 00 penalty. William Belk, Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond and $54.00 penalty. , . A'uvern Williams, Jr. Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash- bond and $48.00 penalty. • C. W. Barnett, Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond, and $54.60 penalty. Leon Williams, Overload, For-' felted $25.00 cash bond and $54.« 40 penalty. O. Taylor, Speeding, Fined $5.00; fine and costs suspended; Stanley Electric Co., Aiding another to haul for hire : withbut'.Pub- lic Service Commission' authority; Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Texas Bolt Company, No Public Service Comm'n authority to haul for hire, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond Chas. L. Winterroned, No Public Service Comm'n authority to, haul for hire, Forfeited $100.00 cash' bond. John Howell, Operate a motor vehicle for hire, without Public Service Comm'n authority. Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. L " [' ; B. T; Harris; No' Public Comm'n authority to haul for hire. Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. B. B. Herring Company No Public Service- Comm'n authority to haul for hire, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond.' .-' . Neal Vernon Hopson, Abandon- imposition of Southeast Asia of the political system of Communist Russia and its Chinese Communist ally, by whatever means, would be a grave threat to the whole, free community. "The United States feels that that possibility should not be passively accepted, but should be met with united action. This might involve serious risks. But these risks are far less than those that will fac=! us a few yccrs from now, ii we dare not be resolute today." Now Eisenhower and'Dulles will be asked about that statement. What "risks" was the secretary talking about? Was he saying this country would jump in if the French began to lose? And just what "united action" did .Dulles have in mind: united Mrs. R. C. Stephens $2, Victor j ment of wife and failure to sup- Hampton $2, M, L. Nelson $15, H. Jj Foster $2, Ralph Boyce $1, Chester Stephens $1, J. J. Bruce $5, Mrs. Lottie Stephens 50c, H. E. Nolan $1, P. C, Stephens'$2, P. H. Stephens $1, P. H. Beauchamp $2, James Walker $1, Harold Stephens $10. Springhill Mrs. P. K. Bachman $1, Mrs. Roy Collins 50c, Mrs. O. A. McKnight 50c, Connie'Yokum 50c, Mrs. Hugh Garner $1, Mrs. Eva Hamilton-$1, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.'Collins $2, Frank Turner 20c, Mrs. Rufus Anderson 50c, Carl Brady, $5, Mrs. Mary Inman $5, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bland $2. Mrs. L, E. Brown.$!,-, Mr, and Mrs. Autry Foster $2, Mrs. Arch Turner $1, Ben W. Gratiot $1, Mrs. Hubert. Elam $1, Scott Key $1, J. W. Reilly $1. Total $3,553.65. Dulles Makes Speech, Then Explains It By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON un —, it is getting so that when Secretary of State Dulles makes an important speech is called on for an encore -.not to repeat it but to explain it. It happened after his New York speech Jan. 12. Questions wera asked about that for weeks It is lappening again now after his speech in New York March 29. On Jan. 12 Dulles said: This government, as a deterrent o further Communist aggression, had made a basic decision to 'depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate, instantly, by means and at places of our own choosing." The word "instantly" got special atention in the questions which rose at home and abroad. Was Dulles saying this country vould answer any kind of Communist aggression, no matter where >r how, without consulting its al- ies, although, the action might ouch off World War III, dragging port minor children, Dismissed on payment costs. : John Bartlett, Selling intoxicating liquor in a dry county, Tried, fined $100.00. John Bartlett, Selling intoxicating liquor on Sunday, Tried, fined $100.00.. J. S. Conway, Possessing over the' legal amount of intoxicating liquors and beer. Tried, dismissed. . J. S. Conway, Possessing imtaxed intoxicating liquor.v Tried, dismissed. Jesse Morris, Driving while intoxicated, Tried, fined $50.00 and 1 day in jail. James Muldrew, Transporting intoxicating liquor and other intoxicating beverages in excessive amount in a dry county, Tried dismissed. James Muldrew, Carrying a pistol ,as a concealed weapon. Tried, dismissed. Boyle Continued frorft Page One and large, by. a mental gamp, He pretends he is living in the' year 2,000, he. says, and this helps him make long-range business decisions. "People too often make themselves prisoners of the values , accepted in their own time," he said. "But much cf what was accept&d, as, true 20(1 years ago today ,is" regarded as false, and much of whist We accept as so now will be regarded as wrong by 2,000 "A good businessman should be a good philosopher. He shouldn't lose himself in contemporary Valves, or old ways of doing things. He should engineer his thinking to catch the trend of the future, thf feel of tomorrow, when the values will be changed and business methods different." Stulman thinks that an executive who gets t6o bogged down with detail needs to "step out of this own frame ,of mind" in order to get the different slant needed to solve his business problems. "Success in business or In life cannot be measured with a clock," he remarked. "Time itself is not important. For many years I ca:- ricd a watch with me wherever I went, but I never wound it. 1 did this to remind me not to be bound by time." , Stulman feels the possibility of with France alone, or with France and other allies? ; Once more Dulles raised more questions than he answered. If ho soft-pedals this one, as he did tho other, the Communists may begin to feel he talks tougher than he is. Cities Welfare Expensive to Aid Aged By LEON HATCH LITTLE ROCK (M — Welfare Commissiohef A. J. Moss sftid here yesterday that "public assist* anct> i<; the most expensive wliy of helping old people." That's true. Moss told the Arkansas Public Expenditures Council, because federal regulations under which relief money is administered requlta constant investigation. In addition to the cost, .Moss said, "the old person loses his sense of di«nity and personal reserve because we're always investigating him. "The information we obtain Is kept confidential but still he U subjected to the investigation." Moss suggested that two pending Congressional measures, if thcj, are passed, would eventually help i educe the number of welfare clients among the aged and a depression In America at this time is "utterly ridiculous," and that the world is at the door of an ever-expanding economy that will raise the living standards of all. His idea of how to achieve this goal: For you . . . and you . .and you . tc start think! ng now as if you were living in the year 2,000 He is convinced few people become millionaires until,they^ begin thinking like one — instead of try- _ Pepartmeht IraS tftt^l tetra'tiort <*os any stajle ^ he fain that fling. It ioV, services to*.' •' Time for Read LOS ANGELA burglarized rtioms, Renrtelli Frai fielmag fintllng 1 have a' chance td i-eaaih|- in' Sari fcjuenlfc He | \vas se«tecca."ites£ one to 10 years ing $228 'frfltn pants pockeljih and. $90 from'? a' trailer at another "fhe naplesl. H e said later, "h the San Quentin Was paroled^ in. ready." ,' s >r . i Darling observed 'thai is a Wace "wherte " money lyliig af6un%< out of style," ' Jp hem in? If, for instanco, the Chinese Communists intervened more di- ectly in the Communist-led war against the French in Indochina, vould this country at once atom- China ^vh.ejj»e.r Amejjcan al- ieg liked jt or not? Dulles ao4 President Eisenhower vere both repeatedly qufezed at heir news conferences. The Senates Foreign^ Relations Committee ave the secretary a three-hour ;oing-over March lp. Dulles' replies, including explanations given in R jnag9?ine article, came to this; avowed jfterj.iB.to^ cifiq, to would be bombed. What this country did depended on what they did. Dulles said the key word in his speech about instant realiation was "capacity" and had been overlooked. The heart of the basic decision, he said, was to have the ."capacity" to retaliate instantly. It didn't mean the retaliation necessarily would be instant. And asurance was given that American allies would be consulted before this country took action which might involve them. • Elsenhower seemed to knock down the idea of any instant retaliation by saying Congress would have to declare war before this country got into one, Dulles and Eisenhower later were called on to explain this too , They said: The President didn't mean in every case he would not act before Congress declared war. In some cases, such as an attack on this country, the President might have to order immediate counter attack. Meanwile, the United States kept getting deeper into the Indochina war, where Jt already had sent the French bjlllons of dollars in equipment. Air Force men were sent, there to service, but not fly. U. S. plans for the French. Some Senat e Democrats' wondered whether this country wasn't getting too deep. Eisenhower told a news conference: It is his policy to keep the United States .from getting in- vplyed ^H^fcJj'oJ^.ijyar everything this ca\intr>'does'"'tp^elgj, tha, French is intended to, keejj jj getting in too dee» an.4 there coulcj not be a. ( greater tragedy thai America^ j&nvp4vein.ent,Jigi $1, out fighting in Indochina. He consedjed there was some r»?k BOWL of 2 LIVELY GOL L To every customer'making a purchase of Sl.oo or more of merchandise advertised in in this sale. Come in'early ~ while stocks last! / r One »el to t Ciiilomer. Ifottny. Enrich Yogr Diet With The Most Amazing Vitamin Discovery in Years! OLABERON-U With Potent U.S.P. 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